Does anyone know how I can get my documents (FBI background check & Diploma) notarized while here in Korea? From what I understand, the embassy says that it doesn't notarize publically issued academic records from the U.S. (http://seoul.usembassy.gov/acs_notarial_services.html) However, the U.S. Department of State says otherwise on their website (http://travel.state.gov/content/travel/english/legal-considerations/judi...) So I am confused... Does anyone have experience with this? I am in Korea right now and my documents are back home in America. I need the notarization before I can send them in for the apostille. I only have about 1 month remaining before I need to exit the country on my 90-day travel visa. Can someone help me or give me some advice on what to do?
Sat, 02/07/2015 - 21:43#1
Help needed getting my documents notarized while here in Korea!